The latest Zogby numbers are in. (A refresher for those just joining us; Zogby is the only polling organization to get it almost exactly right in both 2000 and 1996. We keep an eye on them.)
It looks like more bad news for the Bushies with a 5 point lead for Kerry-Edwards before the Convention was even over. It's been a rough day for the Bushies (see the previous couple of items.) But at least it's a Friday!
Worse than the newly opened 5 point lead, is the rest of the story. Atrios' summary of the report will suffice at this late hour:
The ugly details-
Among Hispanic Voters:
Among Southern Voters:
Viewed Favorably in the South:
Approve of Bush's Job Performance in the South: 44%
US Headed in the Right Direction in the South: 43%
Among Young Voters (18-29) :
Among Single Voters:
In the Red States:
In the Blue States:
Among People Who Did Not Vote in 2000:
Bush is leading only by 2 points in the Red states?!
I know you Lefties don't want me to jinx ya, and you Righties like to point to the "dead heat" National Polls (and overlook the only ones that matter: The Battleground Polls), but unless Kerry or Edwards screw the pooch between now and November (perfectly possible), or they take Bin Laden out of cold storage (even more possible), I'm starting to smell a Kerry Landslide. I'm just sayin'.